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A Writer’s Day: Working on the Lost Book of the Grail (Part VII)

Skylight Press will be publishing The Lost Book of the Grail: Restoring the Voices of the Wells, Gareth Knight’s new translation of the 13th century Elucidation of the Grail with commentary by much respected Arthurian scholars and teachers, Caitlín Matthews and John Matthews. The Elucidation is a 13th … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Day: Working on the Lost Book of the Grail (Part VI)

Skylight Press will be publishing The Lost Book of the Grail: Restoring the Voices of the Wells, Gareth Knight’s new translation of the 13th century Elucidation of the Grail with commentary by much respected Arthurian scholars and teachers, Caitlín Matthews and John Matthews. The Elucidation is a 13th … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Day: Working on the Lost Book of the Grail (Part V)

Skylight Press will be publishing The Lost Book of the Grail: Restoring the Voices of the Wells, Gareth Knight’s new translation of the 13th century Elucidation of the Grail with commentary by much respected Arthurian scholars and teachers, Caitlín Matthews and John Matthews. The Elucidation is a 13th … Continue reading

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The Secret Tradition in Arthurian Legend by Gareth Knight

The Secret Tradition in Arthurian Legend is the first of two important Gareth Knight reissues to come out this month, to be shortly followed by Magical Images and the Magical Imagination.  On the one hand it is a remarkable study … Continue reading

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Gwenevere and the Round Table by Wendy Berg

Following on from the impressive and scholarly Red Tree, White Tree, Wendy Berg delivers the hotly anticipated sequel, Gwenevere and the Round Table.  Where the first book was a comprehensive study of a variety of Arthurian sources the second is … Continue reading

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Red Tree, White Tree by Wendy Berg

I began to write this book after I had been handed a glass of red wine and a voice in my head said: “If you drink that, you’ll die.” Such is the opening line of Wendy Berg’s seminal new book … Continue reading

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Wendy Berg on Skylight Press

Wendy Berg’s radical book on the faery tradition in Arthurian legend will be available soon on Skylight Press. Red Tree, White Tree re-evaluates the available mythology (including some of the obscure untranslated texts) on the basis that Queen Gwenevere came … Continue reading

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